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 What plants are good nectar sources for butterflies?
This listing of plants with flowers that attract butterflies was submitted by forum members from throughout the U.S., and from many plant hardiness zones. They grew or personally observed these plants and their butterfly visitors. You should observe
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 What Can I Plant that is Deer Resistant?
What can I plant that is deer resistant? This list of deer resistant plants was compiled from Gardenweb postings and other sources. As you can see from the follow-up postings at the bottom of the list, RESISTANT is the key word. Deer can be quit
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 Butterfly Scientific Name to Common Name Look-Up List
Scientific Species Names__Scientific Subfamily__Scientific Family__Common Species Names__Common Subfamily__Common Family Achalarus albociliatus__Pyrginae__Hesperiidae__Skinner's Cloudywing__Spread-wing Skippers__Skippers Achalarus casica__Pyrgina
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 Butterfly Common Name to Scientific Name Look-Up List
Common Species Name__Scientific Species Name__Common Family__Common Subfamily__Scientific Family__Scientific Subfamily Aaron's Skipper__Poanes aaroni __Skippers__Grass Skippers__Hesperiidae__Hesperiinae Acacia Skipper__Cogia hippalus __ Skippers_
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 What's Blooming Now? Garden Plant List
AUGUST***** Pennsylvania - salvias, especially red ones; black-eyed susans (though the rudbeckia goldstrum are done); chelone; zinnias; marigolds; moonflower; a few ratty-looking nasturtiums; one persistent 'Happy Returns' daylily which is happily
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 Some Little-Known Plants for Fall Gardens
Thanks to ChrisMD on the MidAtlantic Gardening forum for saving this great thread mentioning a range of lesser-known plants for fall color. * Posted by david_5311 Z 5b/6a SE Mich on Fri, Sep 13, 02 at 8:39 I love fall in the garden, the aster
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 Extreme Climate Winter Sowing......the HOT zones: 8, 9, and 10 (native seed list)
Salvia lyrata The list below are plants that have all been found growing and thriving in the wild of the most warmest gardening regions. Many have hybrids that have been bred from them...these hybrids gen
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 White flowers and plants for a Moonlight Garden in AZ
List of plants for Moonlight gardens Thanks to GCorman for compiling this list and other members of our forum for their contributions. If you can't make a nice garden out of this lot, you ain't trying very hard! Night bloomers Cereus s
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 Which plants will grow well in full sun in Georgia?
Suggestions for the Atlanta Area (but might work in other parts of Georgia as well) ------------------------------------------------- Annuals: Balsam -- Impatiens capensis or I. pallida Blue daze -- Evolvulus glomeratus 'Blue Daze' C
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 New desert yard planting information
Several members contributed to this great FAQ for people who are wanting to plant a new yard or one that has hardly any landscaping in it. Thanks to each of you for your input. Figure out what activities you want to be able to do in your yard and
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 Controlling White Flies
AZTREELOVER has been kind enough to compile this information. Thanks Cathy! Controlling White Flies in the Garden The adult whiteflies you see flying around are not causing the problems on your landscape plants. It's the larvae that do the fee
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 What are the names of some fragrant plants that I can grow as houseplants?
JimShy compiled the following information and accompanying list dealing with houseplants that are fragrant. Posted by: JimShy z7 Brooklyn, NY (My Page) on Thu, Jun 10, 04 at 12:26 Fragrant Houseplants: First, the FAQ inside the FAQ! 1.
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 My Stupidest Gardening Mistake - or- We Were Once All Newbies
I stole this thread from the perennials forum. We need to remember that everyone makes mistakes. Enjoy - chrisMD. My Stupidest Garden Mistake...... Posted by NymphaeaRosa Z5/6 NJ (My Page) on Sat, Feb 9, 02 at 1:30 I'm an 'intermediate'
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 Rooting Lantana?
       • Posted by: MsJacki on Sun, May 4, 03 at 7:57
              • 40 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Oct 30, 14 at 22:04
I've had success rooting many things, but not sure about Lantana. I just got several plants and I think I will really enjoy them. I've read that they can be rooted from stem cuttings. Do I root in water or should I root the same way I do mini r
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 Do you grow Lantana?
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 So how poisonous is lantana really?
       • Posted by: julia42 Houston on Thu, Sep 16, 10 at 17:09
              • 27 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Nov 21, 14 at 10:13
I'm just wondering. We recently moved to a house with a really lovely lantana in the front yard. It's probably the only plant in the front yard that I like, and I would love to keep it, but I have three small boys who are, well, unpredictable.
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 Sonset Lantana
       • Posted by: misssherry Z8MS on Fri, May 6, 11 at 16:20
              • 24 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Nov 10, 14 at 18:05
We've had discussions about various nectar plants on many threads, and recently we discussed Sonset lantana. As I recall, I said that Sonset lantana was my favorite nectar plant, because it's SO easy to grow. Well, it's blooming in profusion now
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 Lantana - Still Considered Invasive?
       • Posted by: love_the_yard z9A Jax FL on Sun, Mar 25, 12 at 10:33
              • 17 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Sep 25, 13 at 11:02
Is Lantana ( Lantana Camara ) still considered an invasive plant? It seems that so many people have it. I read about it on lots of Blogs as well as on this Forum. And I still see it for sale everywhere. It is in the big box stores as well as i
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 Has anyone grown lantana from seed?
       • Posted by: flowersandthings MidAtlantic 6/7 on Mon, Jul 25, 05 at 1:43
              • 18 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Sep 21, 13 at 19:50
Hi I like the way certain lantana varieties look in the garden but would like to plant some enmass and don't feel like buying buckets new every year or trying to overwinter. Is it very hard to start from seed? I ask because its not as often mentio
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 I Hate Lantana
       • Posted by: vegasrenie on Thu, Oct 9, 03 at 6:35
              • 17 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Apr 24, 07 at 21:01
At least that's what I think it is. A viny kind of plant with variegated purplish flowers that *look* like Lantana blooms. It stinks. Literally. I trimmed the vines back a few days ago and was taken aback by the very pungent (sp?) smell of the L
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